Educational Resources, Tips for COVID-19
As North Carolina and the nation work to combat the spread of the coronavirus (COIVD-19), education is moving online and into the home. The NC State College of Education is offering support through that process with resources for parents, educators, leaders and community colleges as they transition to remote learning. Here’s a collection of resources and stories about the work we’re doing.
College of Education Faculty, Instructors Offer Resources to Help Parents Teaching At Home During Coronavirus (COVID-19) School Closures
With schools closed and many parents now educating their children at home because of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, College of Education faculty are offering tips and resources to help parents in the process.
Study of Project AIM Published by Associate Dean Paola Sztajn Examines Approach to Strengthen Professional Development Programs
Teachers who participated in the College of Education’s Project AIM professional development program demonstrated significant gains in the classroom. In a recent article Associate Dean Paola Sztajn, Ph.D., examines how the design of that program could be applied to strengthen other professional development opportunities.
NC State College of Education Awarded $13.2M in Research Funding January-March 2020
Faculty and researchers at the NC State College of Education, including the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation, were awarded $13,260,745 to support 10 projects from Jan. 24 through March 24, 2020.
Backyard Activities Can Provide Educational Respite From Cabin Fever During Coronavirus (COVID-19) Outbreak, Says Associate Professor Sarah Carrier
Looking to keep your kids away from screens and provide some educational fun while they are home during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak? Associate Professor Sarah Carrier has some activities that will get kids outside and enjoying nature close to home.
Associate Professor Angela Wiseman Co-Leads Program to Help Future Educators, Social Workers Address Childhood Trauma Through Children’s Literature
Several students from the College of Education will enter the classroom better prepared to address issues related to adverse childhood experiences thanks to a recently concluded program co-led by Associate Professor Angela Wiseman, Ph.D.
Addressing Issues of Childhood Trauma Through Picture Books
Associate Professor of Literacy Education Angela Wiseman, Ph.D., has curated a list of children’s literature that can help teachers and parents address serious issues such as parental incarceration, addiction and parental loss with young readers.
Literacy and English Language Arts Education Doctoral Student Nina Schoonover ‘21PHD Receives NC State Graduate Student Association Award for Excellence in Classroom Teaching
Nina Schoonover ‘21PHD, a doctoral student in literacy and English Language Arts education, was selected as one of 10 graduate student teachers to receive the NC State Graduate Student Association Award for Excellence in Classroom Teaching.
Social Studies Education Doctoral Student Casey Holmes ‘21PHD Receives NC State Graduate Student Association Award for Excellence in Classroom Teaching
Casey Holmes ‘21PHD, a doctoral student in social studies education, was selected as one of 10 graduate student teachers to receive the NC State Graduate Student Association Award for Excellence in Classroom Teaching.
U.S. News Ranks NC State College of Education #31 in Nation, 5 Programs in Specialty Categories
The NC State College of Education is tied at No. 31 in the U.S. News & World Report’s 2021 Best Graduate School Rankings among 393 graduate colleges of education in the nation. That is an improvement of 14 spots over last year. U.S. News also ranked programs within the college in five education specialty categories: Educational Administration and Supervision, Curriculum and Instruction, Elementary Teacher Education, Higher Education Administration and Secondary Teacher Education.